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I have several jars that have a light brown spot in them that I can not tell if it is a contam or mycellium piss. These jars took an extra long time to colonize due to not many innoculation points fuzzing. I am using them for a bulk substrate innoculation and do not want to use them if it is possible contams. These just showed up after about a month of letting the jars colonize. I will juice them up a lot more next time for sure! Let me know if any of you guys have seen this before. Thanks.
Untape the inoculation holes and flip the the jars for a better air exchange. About the contam, only time will tell but if you have any doubt throw it out, even more if you're going to use that for bulk substrate.
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